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Title: Craveable Keto
Author: Kyndra D. Holley
Details: Softcover 383 pages
How did I get this book: I purchased the book in May 2019
Overview: With Craveable Keto, you will be able to effortlessly create quick, keto/low carb dishes that taste like you spent hours on them. Embrace your inner master chef as you learn everything from how to stock the perfect low-carb/keto pantry to low-carb baking secrets.
Likes: When exploring a keto/low carb lifestyle, cookbooks are a must for me. There are many keto/low carb cookbooks that claim to help this style of eating, with explanations and tips. I have both purchased and borrowed many from the library, and what I have found is that many of those books just don’t fit into my lifestyle. From extremely complicated recipes, to books filled with dishes that I would not eat … aka mostly seafood recipes, I became rather discouraged. Then I stumbled on to Kyndra Holley (and a few others) who embrace the kind of lifestyle eating I was looking for. Simple ingredients, real food, not a book filled with foo-foo dishes, too complicated for a busy person to make and ingredients I have never heard of much less know where to buy.
Dislikes: Nothing I can think of
In Closing: If you are embracing a Keto/Low Carb lifestyle, give this book a try. Simple, craveable recipes. No fuss or foo-foo. Lots of great information, pantry lists, spice guide etc., as well as a book packed with recipes.
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